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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis gives updates about the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic during a press conference on April 17, 2020 in Fort Lauderdale. A DeSantis Executive Order eliminated all fines from COVID-19 lockdown measure enforcement by county and city government officials.
State of Florida Cracks Down on Beijing’s ‘Economic Infiltration’
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced a focused effort to crack down on what he calls “meticulous and deliberate” Chinese Communist Party (CCP) economic infiltration in his state during a press conference on Monday, March 1....
“We have a lot of evidence that if you have an adequate amount of sleep, you definitely can help to prevent or fight any kind of infection,” said Monika Haack, a psychoneuroimmunologist at Harvard Medical School, to National Geographic
Poor Sleep Weakens Immunity Against Diseases Such as COVID-19
“We have a lot of evidence that if you have an adequate amount of sleep, you definitely can help to prevent or fight any kind of infection,” said Monika Haack, a psychoneuroimmunologist at Harvard Medical...
The Federal Reserve Payment system that is used in settling transactions between financial institutions in the country suffered a major disruption on Wednesday, Feb, 24.
Federal Reserve Payment System Crashes
The Federal Reserve Payment system used in settling transactions between financial institutions in the country suffered major disruption on Wednesday, Feb 24. The system, which executes $3 trillion worth of transactions each day, went offline...
Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA), a student group that seeks to combat racial discrimination in American academia, has filed a lawsuit against Yale University, accusing the institution of racial discrimination in its admission policy.
White and Asian Students File Discrimination Suits Against Yale and Harvard
Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA), a student group that seeks to combat racial discrimination in American academia, has filed a lawsuit against Yale University, accusing the institution of racial discrimination in its admission policy. The...
A palm tree in the foreground with the Hollywood sign in the background.
Sen. Cotton: Hollywood Avoids Casting Chinese Villains out of Subservience to Beijing
In a recent interview, Republican Sen. Tom Cotton criticized the American film industry for its kowtowing to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), singling out Hollywood’s decision not to cast any antagonists as ethnically Chinese. “When...
Supreme Court Denies Sidney Powell’s Court Challenges in Arizona and Wisconsin
Sidney Powell had two petitions in Arizona and Wisconsin, challenging the Nov. 3 U.S. presidential election results, denied by the Supreme Court.  Powell, one of the main players taking legal action to uncover election fraud,...
Andrew Ng who is the Founder and CEO of LandingAI and deep learning.ai talks about AI during a keynote session at the Amazon Re:MARS conference on robotics and artificial intelligence at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada on June 6, 2019. The Tom Cruise deep fakes posted on Chinese Communist Party controlled Tiktok are foreshadowing a future where it is increasingly difficult for humans to tell true from false
Tom Cruise TikTok Deep Fakes Are Foreshadowing a Black Mirror Future
A series of videos appearing on Chinese Communist Party (CCP)-controlled social media app Tiktok this week showing famous actor Tom Cruise doing a magic trick, taking a golf swing, and talking about Mikheil Gorbachev appear...
Mike Lindell, the CEO of Minnesota-based business MyPillow, has been slammed with a $1.3 billion defamation suit by Dominion Voting Systems.
Mike Lindell Sued by Dominion Systems For $1.3 Billion
Mike Lindell, the CEO of Minnesota-based business MyPillow, has been slapped with a $1.3 billion defamation suit by Dominion Voting Systems. The lawsuit, filed in a federal court in the District of Columbia, accuses Lindell...
Last year was the most cord-cutting, or customers canceling cable TV subscriptions, according to a study conducted by Variety Intelligence Platform.
Cable TV Subscriptions Hit Record Lows
Last year was the most cord-cutting, or customers canceling cable TV subscriptions, according to a Variety Intelligence Platform study. The number of paid cable TV subscribers at the end of 2020 was 78.4 million, which...